Crush the Skull

Crush the Skull

Director: Viet Nguyen Cast: Christopher Dinh, Katie Savoy, Chris Riedell

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/17/2016
UPC: 0855114005560
Original Release: 2015
Rating: NR
Source: Breaking Glass
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Color]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:20:00
Sales rank: 79,671

Special Features

Closed Caption; Short Film Crush The Skull; (The One That Started It All); Behind The Scenes

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Christopher Dinh Actor
Katie Savoy Actor
Chris Riedell Actor
Tim Chiou Actor
Lauren Reeder Actor
Walt Bost Actor

Technical Credits
Viet Nguyen Director,Editor,Producer,Screenwriter
Eloise Ayala Production Designer
Tadayoshi Chae Co-producer
Christopher Dinh Producer,Screenwriter
Jeff Gou Executive Producer
Joan Huang Executive Producer
Helen Kim Associate Producer
Tuan Quoc Le Cinematographer
David Frank Long Score Composer
Mayumi Masaoka Costumes/Costume Designer
Hien Nguyen Associate Producer
John Reyes-Nguyen Cinematographer
Aya Tanimura Producer
Jimmy Tsai Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Crush the Skull
1. Beginnings [11:52]
2. Caught [7:12]
3. The Last Job [9:29]
4. Something Lurks Below [8:42]
5. Somebody Dial 311 [7:22]
6. Separated [9:28]
7. Help Arrives [10:17]
8. Trapped [7:28]
9. The Last Last Job [7:56]
10. Crush The Skull [3:09]
11. Chapter 11 [:01]

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Crush the Skull 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KimHeniadis More than 1 year ago
When we went to Comic Con in Chicago we went to a couple of panels on Asians (or the lack of) in films, so this one really stood out to me since two of the main characters are Asian. And the other thing that stood out was that the main female was very intelligent, even though the guys refused to listen to her. Blair (Katie Savoy), said they should leave during the first heist, but her boyfriend didn’t, which caused them trouble. Then in the house, she wanted them to all stay together and go upstairs to call for help, and of course that didn’t happen. And there were a couple of other things she called out, but the others ignored her. I enjoyed the game of cat and mouse that the killer played with them in the house, and the various ways people got killed/maimed were pretty good. There was some humor thrown in to keep from suspense overload, which is always appreciated. They don’t really touch on why the guy is killing people, but in a way that makes it even more scary. Some people are just psycho. Sometimes the acting seemed a little over the top, but they could have been trying to add a bit more comedy this way. If you’re looking for something not too heavy on gore, and with a killer toying with his victims, I would say this is one to watch.